U.S. archaeologists have excavated what appears to be the skeleton possibly 2,000 years old from the shores of a lake near Austin, Texas. The actual archaeologist that reported the remains, Andy Malof, is part of the Lower Colorado River Authority. He told the press that since arrowheads were found near the remains, it appears the site to have been a camp.
The remains were uncovered when the lake recently dipped to about 16 feet below its average August level. The low water levels revealed an unusual since prehistoric people around Austin usually, “buried very few people during that time, and they were usually burned.” Huh.